Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane spoke to Sky Sports, in which he said he was motivated by the arrival of high-caliber strikers in the Premier League.
Kane said, “Every season I’ve played, the fight for the Golden Boot has been very tough, and this season will be no different,” said the 28-year-old. “The Premier League has had some of the best strikers in the world for years. You hope that the best will want to come and play in the Premier League, as is the case with Haaland and Nunez,” he assured.
“It’s something that helps me as a player. It is always good to have competition; it pushes me to be better and is a challenge that I like. Before each season, I try to focus on myself; I set myself goals and a goal score. I don’t think much about the other players. I can’t control what they do, but I can work hard to keep improving.”
Kane was close to signing for Manchester City last summer, but due to Spurs’ refusal to lower the price of the player, the transfer did not materialize. Many thought that City would try again to get Kane’s services during this transfer period, but they finally got Haaland.
At the moment, Kane is still committed to Spurs for next season, but it is rumored that Bayern Munich could be interested in him. For now, Kane focuses on his work with the English national team with which he wants to achieve two goals, win the world cup and break Wayne Rooney’s record as the Three Lions’ all-time top scorer.